The oemof meeting stream is available for up to 200 participants without registration. The link can be found here: https://ethercalc.org/b2zg1e72npzv
In the stream questions can be asked via the chat.
If you want to be part of the session and be able to talk you have to send an e-mail with the sessions you want to take part to the following address: email@example.com
On Tuesday night you will get an e-mail with all login details. The limit for each session is 22.
Please also register if you are already on this list, but you will have priority.
Looking forward to seeing you soon online!
Less than a week until the next user/dev meeting will begin. We set up a schedule for the meeting, which might be updated in the next days. We still have some free slots available to organize additional sessions.
For registering, please sign up here (scroll to the bottom). We still have some spots available. If you don’t have sufficient access rights, drop us a line here.
All registered people get access to the web conference. We’ll get in touch with you by mail. The meeting will be streamed including an option for Q&A via chat. The stream will be announced on the wiki page.
If you have any trouble or questions, please ask at firstname.lastname@example.org
The oemof developer and user meeting, which was planned for May 13th-15th, will take place within the same time frame as a slimmed version in the virtual world.
The real life meeting in Bremen will be shifted to the second half of the year.
The agenda which is continuously developed can be found here: https://github.com/oemof/organisation/wiki/Meeting-May-2020-%28online%29
News concerning the registration process follow soon.
If you like to contribute a session, please contact us via: https://github.com/oemof/oemof/issues/59 Deadline for contributions is April 30th 2020.
The oemof community gathered from 4th to 6th of December 2019 for the developer meeting in the Beuth-Halle at Beuth University of Applied Sciences. Besides the celebration of oemof’s 5th birthday we intensely worked together (among others) on the further development of oemof libraries, the facades structure of components, rolling horizon approaches, GitHub Workflows and the improvement of the website. We gathered first ideas for an oemof foundation and shared experiences with paid support. We also decided the unbundling of oemof and solph, so that the next major release will be a v0.4.0 solph release. Apart from the intense work we celebrated oemof’s 5th birthday with a nice birthday cake and a funny presentation of the history of oemof’s development.
Continue reading “Biggest community ever at the anniversary developer meeting”
The next oemof developer meeting starts soon. From Wednesday the 4th (noon) until Friday the 6th of December 2019 (noon) we will meet at the Beuth Hochschule für Technik in Berlin.
Please find the final agenda and the venue here: https://github.com/oemof/organisation/wiki/Meeting-December-2019
A detailed description of the topics can be found at: https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/oemof_dev_meeting_dec_2019
Some space for additional sessions is still left.
There will also be a poster session with space for 10 posters. You can present your current work and have the chance to connect with other developers in your scientific field. As the winter meeting has a developer focus, we would like the contributions to address your ongoing developments, interesting new methods, or approaches worth discussing. There are no formal requirements. If you want to show your problems and approaches, feel free to bring a collection of A4/A3 pages and pin them on the board so we can discuss. We prefer an interesting exchange to shiny perfectionism, so a more improvised version would count as a poster as well.
If you like to participate, have topics to add, plan to bring a poster, or only want to be part of oemof’s 5-years birthday party (Wednesday, 4th of December, 17 pm), please register until November 27th 2019 via email@example.com.
Anyone who is interested is cordially invited! We are looking forward to meeting you in Berlin!
The Beuth Hochschule für Technik in Berlin will be our host for the next oemof developer meeting from Wednesday the 4th until Friday the 6th of December 2019. Let’s celebrate oemof’s 5th birthday and use these three days to develop new features and functions and to improve the organization and structure of the community.
Anyone who is interested is cordially invited to participate and to contribute topics. All topics together with additional information will be collected here: https://github.com/oemof/organisation/wiki/Meeting-December-2019
If you want to register or have topics to add please contact us at https://github.com/oemof/organisation/issues/46 or via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). We will develop the agenda based on your input.
Looking forward to meeting you in Berlin!
The next oemof meeting will take place in Oldenburg from 15th to 17th of May. The event is hosted by the DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems. It will combine the 3rd annual user meeting and the 10th biannual developer meeting.
The developer meeting aims at the specification of upcoming features and functions within oemof. The user meeting gives the opportunity to improve and accelerate your work by exchanging with other users. This second part officially starts on Thursday (May 16th) after lunch. It will include an introduction to oemof v0.3.
Anyone who is interested is cordially invited to participate. Please find detailed information and the topics we collected up to now at https://github.com/oemof/organisation/wiki/Meeting-May-2019. If you want to register or have topics to add, please contact us at https://github.com/oemof/organisation/issues/43 or via email (email@example.com). We will develop the agenda based on your input.
Recently a book about oemof  has been published. As explicitly stated by the author, this book is not written by the oemof community. Generally, books about software can be a good source to give newcomers a comprehensive view of a field and show how the software can be used to approach problems in that field. In this sense, they can fulfill a purpose that goes beyond what can be reached by the documentation written by the programmers.
However, this book stays rather close to the code and much of the information provided is outdated or not presented correctly. Continue reading “Comment on recently published book about oemof”
The windpowerlib has taken a major step and released v0.1.0. The code has been cleaned up, new features were added and a comprehensive testing environment guarantees more stability.
The new release equips the windpowerlib with a large amount of new functionalities. A major change is the modelling of wind farms where wake Continue reading “The first single zero release of windpowerlib (v0.1.0)”